Posted February 07, 2018 09:57:30As you may have noticed, the last few days have been a bit of a lull.

A lot of people are still in the early stages of trying to recover from the floods and the damage that has been done, so the question is whether we can start to start to restore the world as we have known it, or whether the damage we have done will continue and we will just have to go through it again.

While many people are feeling better, there are still people who are suffering and the numbers are rising.

The US Geological Survey has released a new report saying the world is still recovering from the massive flooding in Louisiana.

According to the report, over 3 million people in the US are living in areas that have been “severely impacted” by the floods.

The number of people living in those areas is estimated at over 100 million.

The vast majority of those living in these areas have been affected by the water damage, which has left a massive amount of damage to property.

Some areas have even been inundated with over $1 trillion in damage.

More:The USGS report says that about half of the affected areas in Louisiana have seen more than $300 billion worth of damage.

That amount includes the loss of millions of dollars worth of home, businesses and personal belongings, as well as $150 billion in lost income from the flooding.

That includes the lost incomes of people who have lost their jobs, and also the lost income of people trying to make ends meet.

Many of those affected in Louisiana are people of color, and many of them are African-American.

The majority of these people are people who live in predominantly black neighborhoods, but some are also white and Latino.

The damage to many homes in the affected communities has been severe.

Many people have lost everything, including their homes.

Many have been forced to move out of their homes, which is also a very difficult thing to do, especially for people who haven’t been able to afford to do so in the first place.

Some people who lived in those communities have been able, and have been using a lot of the water to irrigate their crops.

The report says there is some concern about the water quality in those locations, but that the water is “not as corrosive as some of the surrounding water systems.”

The water quality has been “not so high,” but “very high” for the areas that are in the hardest hit by the flooding, which also includes the Gulf Coast, the Midwest and the South.

The report says, however, that the “great majority of areas are not currently experiencing major water quality concerns.”

The damage from the flood is expected to be permanent.

The USGS has said that in the event that the damage is severe enough to cause flooding and widespread destruction, the USGS expects that the floodwaters will continue to recede for a while, possibly “until the water recedes enough that it is not a concern anymore.”

In some areas, like the New Orleans area, the water could actually come back, and in some areas that would be even better, the report says.

The effects of the flooding have also had a huge impact on the food supply.

While the water has subsided, it has been a challenge for many farmers to find water for their crops, and even for some people who don’t have a lot to eat, it is a lot harder to get food to their families.

The USDA says that more than 1 million people are estimated to have lost income due to the flooding in the area.

About half of those losses are in Mississippi.

The National Weather Service says that some areas have lost as much as $1.5 trillion in property damage and lost incomes.

The drought is also having an impact on people in areas where the drought has been very severe.

People are struggling to pay for their water bills.

Many of those people are also struggling to get water for crops, which means they are also facing food insecurity.

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